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Kutools for Excel is a powerful add-in that frees you from performing time-consuming operations in Excel, such as combining sheets quickly, merging cells without losing data, pasting to only visible cells, counting cells by color and so on. 300+ powerful features / functions for Excel 2021, 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 or Office 365!

kutools for excel 2013 109

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I have a work breakdown structure in excel, complete with tasks, sub-tasks, sub-sub-tasks,... I group these accordingly (e.g. tasks are level 1, sub-tasks are level 2, etc.). I have a column with task numbers (e.g. 1, 1.1, 1.2, 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 2, etc.) and a second column with the task description. I then have subsequent columns for each resource where I enter the number of hours necessary to complete the lowest level task. I would like to get the roll-up of hours by resource for a particular level task level. Seems like a natural application of the SUBTOTAL function, but I do not have a column that specifies the level of the task on which to sort. Do I have to add a superfluous column with the specified level number to be able to do the subtotal, or can I somehow access the level directly from the grouping (Excel knows the level)?

I have an excel sheet which contains four columns, date, description, name and amount.I have entered all the data required but I got to the last amount in the last column and up came a Total figure. How do I get rid of that total and just enter the normal amount which should be there. Every time I type in $26-10 it goes to $46,600.00. This is so frustrating, I dont know much about excel. Thank you for any help. Maxine

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To elaborate a little more, what I am trying to achieve is similar to what is described here:http s://

Hi I am interesting in doing exactly the example given in "Merge matching rows from 2 Excel worksheets without copying / pasting" ( -addins-blog/merge-rows-excel/#merge-matching-rows). to be brief: Product, Jan sales on 1 sheet and Product, Feb sales on another sheet.I download the "merge two tables" function but I do not ended up with Product, Jan sales, Feb sales as described. Step4 is actually different. So I am wondering if you guys have updated this function and more important How to do the example because it is exactly what I am looking for?Thanks a lot for any help

Bonjour! I hope you will be able to help me! I have an Excel sheet containing column A, listing natural medicinal substances. Then columns B to AA have headers indicating the possible medicinal uses of said substances. There are 26 uses and I put "X"s in the column(s) that correspond to each substance's uses.To make a long story short, at first I had one excel spreadsheet for each use of my substances, and I now want to combine all the data in one larger spreadsheet. BUT, since each substance has multiple uses, I end up with, for example, 4 rows for "Tansy" (Ex. A 21, 22, 23, 24), and in each row, an X appears in the column corresponding to one use of the herb (Ex:B:21, C:22, J:23 and Y:24). What I would like to do is to combine the 4 Tansy rows into one (ex. row 21), where I would have B:32, C:21, J:21 and Y:21.I hope I managed to be clear, and I thank you very much in advance for any help you could provide in letting me know is your Wizards could solve my problem! IM

Solution 1:- Sort your table by the Name column.- Go to Data > Outline and click on Subtotal.- Specify the following settings:At each change in: NameUse function: SumAdd subtotal to: Amount- Click OK and then press Number 2 in the upper left-hand corner of your worksheet to get the sum by name.For more information about using subtotals in Microsoft Excel, please see: -addins-blog/subtotal-excel-insert-use-remove/


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